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Tier 2 words are less common than high frequency (Tier 1) words. They are often integral to the comprehension of exam questions or core subject knowledge.

advocate If you advocate for an idea, it means you speak, plead, or argue in favour of it.
affect If you affect something, it means you make a difference to it.
aggregate An aggregate is a whole amount that is made up lots of different parts gathered together.
aggressive If you are aggressive, it means you are ready or eager to fight.
agree If you agree with someone about something, it means you have the same opinion as them.
aid If you aid someone, it means you help or assist them.
albeit Albeit means although.
allocation An allocation is a share of something set aside for a specific purpose.
alter If you alter something, it means you change it.
alternative An alternative is one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen.
altitude Altitude is the height of something above sea level.
ambiguous If something is ambiguous, it means it is open to more than one interpretation.
amendment An amendment is a change made to a document to correct or add to it.
analogous If two things are analogous, it means they are similar in some respects.
analyse British English spelling If you analyse something, it means you consider it in detail to discover its essential features or meaning.
analysis An analysis is a detailed examination of something.
annual If something is annual, it means it occurs once a year.
antagonist An antagonist is the person in a story who opposes the hero.
anticipated If something is anticipated, it means it is looked forward to.
antonym An antonym is a word that is opposite in meaning to another word, e.g. good is an antonym for bad.

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advocate
affect
aggregate
aggressive
agree
aid
albeit
allocation
alter
alternative
altitude
ambiguous
amendment
analogous
analyse
analysis
annual
antagonist
anticipated
antonym

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